Dare to keep readers off topic:
U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works
Washington D.C. – Senator James Inhofe (R-Okla.), the outgoing Chairman of Environment & Public Works Committee, is pleased to announce the public release of the Senate Committee published booklet entitled ?A Skeptic?s Guide to Debunking Global Warming Alarmism. Hot & Cold Media Spin Cycle: A Challenge To Journalists who Cover Global Warming.?
Meanwhile, the National Science Teacher’s Association does what it can to keep kids off topic as well:
The Blog | Laurie David: Crooked Curriculum: Oil Company Money Scandal at Nat’l Science Teachers Association Deepens | The Huffington Post
Since the Washington Post published an op-ed I wrote asking if NSTA’s puzzling decision to reject 50,000 free DVDs of Al Gore’s global warming documentary An Inconvenient Truth might – just might – have had anything to do with more than six million dollars the organization has accepted from ExxonMobil, Shell Oil, ConocoPhillips and the American Petroleum Institute, the muck keeps piling up.
It’s a shame that all the rest of us have on our side is truth and inevitability. Those are seldom enough.
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